"A Rare Find" - Inchgower Single Malt Scotch Whisky Aged Over 14 Years
Nose: Spiced fruit drizzled in caramel sauce. A light hint of filo pastry.
Palate: Drying cocoa and cinnamon, though well balanced with juicy notes of apple and apricot.
Finish: Honey'd barley lingers. Remains drying with baking spices.
|Description||A Rare Find|
|Output from cask (bottles)||89|
|Country of origin||Scotland|
Inchgower Scotch whisky is used as a blending component of both Bell's and Johnnie Walker.
Less than 1% of Inchgower's malt is kept back for bottling as a single malt - a Flora & Fauna 14yo is the only official release still readily available, although there are also a handful of Rare Malt bottlings from the turn of the century.
Independent bottlings of Inchgower are relatively rare.